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‘Cowardly lion recovery’ means more volatility for tech sector in 2022: experts

‘Cowardly lion recovery’ means more volatility for tech sector in 2022: experts

But experts say abundance of investor capital will keep valuations from cratering
Multiple arrests made at blockade at Pacific Highway crossing, border operations resume

Multiple arrests made at blockade at Pacific Highway crossing, border operations resume

The "service disruption" is over, say border officials
Kelowna taxpayers will pay to handle complaints on provincially owned lands

Kelowna taxpayers will pay to handle complaints on provincially owned lands

The city is seeking the Crown tenure to allow the city to mitigate further trespassing on the property
Inside 'Making Home': How can Vancouver make homeownership a reality in one of the world's priciest cities?

Inside 'Making Home': How can Vancouver make homeownership a reality in one of the world's priciest cities?

The City of Vancouver has embarked on an ambitious housing plan to help a middle class that’s increasingly priced out or leaving the city altogether. So what does it all mean?
Mother launches civil suit to pay for daughter's ongoing care after she was struck by vehicle

Mother launches civil suit to pay for daughter's ongoing care after she was struck by vehicle

Vehicle struck two daughters on Central Saanich Road in 2018; one died, the other was badly injured
Former Speaker of B.C. legislature didn't consider conflict of interest: trial hears

Former Speaker of B.C. legislature didn't consider conflict of interest: trial hears

VANCOUVER — A former Speaker of the B.C.
B.C. introduces skills trade certification for apprentices, journeymen in 10 trades

B.C. introduces skills trade certification for apprentices, journeymen in 10 trades

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government has introduced legislation to modernize the Crown agency responsible for training workers in the trades sector.
Trans Mountain pipeline protester found guilty of contempt of court

Trans Mountain pipeline protester found guilty of contempt of court

'Such lawlessness affects us all negatively,' the judge said of the March 2021 incident.
17 more deaths recorded in B.C. over weekend, hospitalizations declining

17 more deaths recorded in B.C. over weekend, hospitalizations declining

VICTORIA — B.C.'s Health Ministry is reporting another 17 deaths linked to COVID-19 in the province over the past three days, bringing the death toll to 2,764.
Sunshine Coast trial launches new semi-closed fish farm technology

Sunshine Coast trial launches new semi-closed fish farm technology

Grieg Seafood BC Ltd to install three systems off Vancouver Island